About Libya

The population in Libya today is approximately 5,6 millions. Most (85%) are urban, living on the Mediterranean coast. About one-third of the Libyans live in Tripoli, the capital. Fertility rate is 2.1 and annual population growth is about 2%. Average life expectancy is 77.83 years and literacy rate among adults is 89.2%. GDP is about US$ 52 billions.

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Human Development Index (HDI)

The HDI is a summary measure for assessing long-term progress in three basic dimensions of human development: a long and healthy life, access to knowledge and a decent standard of living. Long-term progress can be usefully assessed relative to other countries–both in terms of geographical location and HDI value.

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Public Health Services

The private sector has been relatively recently established, there are more than 70 private hospitals, with bed capacity ranging from 10 to 80 (average is 25). There are 1,650 consulting rooms (clinics), 1300 private pharmacies and 210 private laboratories. Number of physicians (general and specialized) employed in both public and private sectors is about 11,260. Number of pharmacists is 2,543.

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Private Sector

The private sector has been relatively recently established, there are more than 70 private hospitals, with bed capacity ranging from 10 to 80 (average is 25). There are 1,650 consulting rooms (clinics), 1300 private pharmacies and 210 private laboratories. Number of physicians (general and specialized) employed in both public and private

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